Airports and surrounding areas are particularly vulnerable to intrusions of drones. Australian senator Barry O’Sullivan, former air crash investigator, said that drones in the vicinity of planes are a “catastrophe is waiting to happen”. Without ability to detect and gain control over drones, security of airports will be compromised, and delayed flights, air traffic paralysis or in the worst cases plane crashes will become a grim reality.
Drones pose many threats to air traffic: from the immediate threat of airplane collisions, through interference in communications with control tower, and the physical threat to the aircraft as well as workers and passengers.
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Examples of dangerous incidents involving drones
The commercial jetliner was flying around 7,000 feet when the incident occurred after taking off from Luton Airport in the UK.
A US. Coast Guard helicopter came within 50 feet of colliding with a drone over Port Angeles, Washington.
In 2017 alone almost 700 thousand drones were registered in the United States. This year Americans will spend tens of millions of dollars on safety systems related to drone traffic.
Fascinating video shows the enormous disruption a single device caused when it was flown near Gatwick Airport leaving dozens of planes unable to land
The presence of an unauthorized drone led to the shutdown of Congonhas airport in São Paulo on the night of Sunday, the 12th.
A drone was discovered Thursday evening near a runway at John F. Kennedy International Airport.